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sponsor together with another sponsor

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The United States is pleased that Sri Lanka has agreed once again to cosponsor the resolution, and invites like-minded UN members to demonstrate support for reconciliation and peace in Sri Lanka by adding their names to the list of cosponsors.
AMT plans to continue as a cosponsor of these activities in 2011 and beyond.
5585 and to ask your representative to become a cosponsor, visit www.
HELO will cosponsor the Leadership Training Institute with the Asian Pacific American Municipal Officials (APAMO), "Managing Communications Style Differences," on Tuesday, December 5, from 1:30 p.
Tell your Members of Congress to make meaningful lobbying reform and to support and cosponsor H.
In a June 1 statement, Smithsonian officials ditched plans to cosponsor the "The Privileged Planet: The Search for Purpose in the Universe," which is based on a book promoting intelligent design by Iowa State University astronomy professor Guillermo Gonzalez.
The Appraisal Institute is leading efforts to support passage of the legislation by issuing two alerts to all members asking that they contact their members of Congress to encourage that they cosponsor the bill.
Yoon, vice chairman of the executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles, a cosponsor of the study.
Kerry was an original cosponsor of a 1990 bill that would have required the federal government to collect data on crimes motivated by prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, or ethnicity.
In 2004, the RMA will also cosponsor programs with the Recycled Rubber Topical Group on ground rubber issues and work with the Rubber Association of Canada to develop the biannual RAC/RMA Rubber Conference.
It has a new editor It has a new cosponsor It has new content features.
Money magazine will cosponsor the event, as it did in 2002.
The event will offer basic and advanced specialized credit courses, on the model of the summer schools of the host institution and the cosponsor.
Since "in a large class of legislative undertakings, the electoral payoff is for positions not effects" (Mayhew 1974, 132), a legislator seeking reelection could not hope for a more efficient way to strengthen his or her electoral connection than to cosponsor constituency-prized legislative initiatives.
What I'm asking all of our colleagues to do, including the Democratic leader, Senator Schumer, who is a cosponsor of Fix NICS, along with the Republican majority leader: let's do this.